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Category: SAT


In 2017 it doesn’t matter which test you take. Any college that requires standardized test scores for admission will accept either exam– with no preference given to one over the other. Old habits die hard. There are geographical preferences for Read more…


April ACT scores were released yesterday. I got a lot of emails and texts from students. Some were thrilled to share the good news; others wanted to make plans to improve when they retake the exam in June. I also Read more…


Hi Megan, Your newsletter is helpful as always! I had questions about your test prep schedule. I know we’re still finishing up this year but should my daughter plan to start the August classes when you offer them next school Read more…


Standardized tests can be a key factor in college admission and scholarship awards.  As a result, students often take the SAT or ACT more than once, attempting to earn the highest scores possible. Understanding how colleges view multiple attempts at Read more…


“Are my ACT (or SAT) scores good enough?” This is a popular question that follows many high school juniors and their families. Along with other questions: Should I retake the test? Try taking the other exam? Will these scores be Read more…


  Now is a good time to plan all standardized testing for the remainder of the school year. Most families with juniors know it is time to take (or retake) either the SAT or ACT. But there are some other Read more…

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